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We often like to colorthem red and green with the sugarsprinkles you can get in the stores
We mixed sugar and red or greenfood coloring until we arrived atthe desired color
We used betweenfive to six drops for each color andmixed each color in a small dish
Itcost less than the purchasepremade ones at the store! -Ron